Have you heard about a computer virus? Many of us in the initial years of using a personal system have encountered one or two computer viruses and hacks from various sources. But did you ever feel to create a dangerous notepad virus of your own? In this article, we are going to learn how to create a dangerous notepad virus in 2021.
A virus is a malicious program that is injected into our computer using third-party applications. The main purpose of any virus is to slow down the performance of your system or to steal important information. Through this article, you will understand how a virus is programmed and how usually people execute them. This will help you stay on a safer side in the future.
We really recommend you all to use this Notepad Virus carefully and not for wrong purposes. Our tutorial is for educational purposes and we do not promote any kind of unethical hacking or virus. Let us begin and learn How to Create Dangerous Notepad Virus easily.
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Create Dangerous Notepad Virus Executable file (.exe) using Batch scripting
Before we get into the article, let us understand what batch scripting is? In simple words, batch scripting is writing series of command lines in a text file, after we create the executable file, the script runs each line of code and finally executes the program.
Using these batch files, one can make an extremely dangerous virus. As in this tutorial we are going to learn more about the ‘Notepad virus’. Using the below script, one can delete/corrupt Windows, format drives, steal various credentials and data, and finally mess up the performance of the system.
Please use the below scripts only for educational purpose.
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Writing a dangerous virus in Notepad or Text Editor
For creating a notepad virus, you require a Windows system. You have to follow the below steps to Create Dangerous Notepad Virus.
Firstly, type the below codes into a notepad file, now save the file with a name along with the .bat extension. Make sure ‘Save as type‘ is ‘All files‘. Example: internetspeed.bat